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Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants

Surgeons pack donated organs on ice while racing them to transplant patients but it may be time for a warmer approach. British researchers said Wednesday that keeping atRead More...

Shahabuddin’s solo exhibition ends

Dhaka, Apr 18 (UNB) - A month-long solo art exhibition of celebrated artist Shahabuddin titled ‘Shanti’ ended in the city which began from March 19.Read More...

Exhibition of ‘Leaders of renaissance who enlighten us’ to end Thursday

Dhaka, Apr 18 (UNB) - A special kind of portrait exhibition on famous personalities of the Indian subcontinent and world titled ‘Leaders of renaissance who enlighten us’ will endRead More...

1st female BD photographer selected for Joop Swart Masterclass 

Dhaka, Apr 17 (UNB) - Ashfika Rahman is the first Bangladeshi female photographer who has been selected for the prestigious 2018 Joop Swart Masterclass, the most prestigious international platformRead More...

Meghan's choice: Will a royal tiara grace the big day?  

Meghan Markle hasn't said if she will wear a tiara at her upcoming royal wedding, but if she does she'll be able to choose from one of theRead More...

Indo-Bangla photo exhibition begins in Dhaka

Dhaka, Apr 17 (UNB) - A five day long photography exhibition titled 'Because I was There-2’ begins on Tuesday at the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA).Read More...

Chhayanaut welcomes Nababarsha hoping better future

Dhaka, April 14 (UNB) - Chhayanaut welcomed Bangla New Year 1425 on Saturday hoping to erase grimy staffs and wipe out back-dated garbage gathered in previous year as well asRead More...

Pahela Baishakh celebrations begin Saturday morning

Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla calendar, will be celebrated across the country on Saturday amid festivity and gaiety.
 

Boisabi Utsab begins in Rangamati

Rangamati, Apr 12 (UNB) – Boisabi Utsab, the biggest traditional festival of tribal people, began in Rangamati through floating flowers in the Kaptai Lake at Chakma Rajbari ghat here earlyRead More...

Nasir Ali’s solo portrait exhibition begins in city

Dhaka, Apr 10 (UNB) – A solo portrait exhibition titled ‘PHOTOSEUM’ by noted photographer Nasir Ali Mamun began at the Bangladesh National Museum on Tuesday.

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Indo-Bangla photo exhibition begins in Dhaka

Dhaka, Apr 17 (UNB) - A five day long photography exhibition titled 'Because I was There-2’ begins on Tuesday at the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA). ...

1st female BD photographer selected for Joop Swart Masterclass 

Dhaka, Apr 17 (UNB) - Ashfika Rahman is the first Bangladeshi female photographer who has been selected for the prestigious 2018 Joop Swart Masterclass, the most prestigious international platform ...

Pahela Baishakh celebrations begin Saturday morning

Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla calendar, will be celebrated across the country on Saturday amid festivity and gaiety.
 

Chhayanaut welcomes Nababarsha hoping better future

Dhaka, April 14 (UNB) - Chhayanaut welcomed Bangla New Year 1425 on Saturday hoping to erase grimy staffs and wipe out back-dated garbage gathered in previous year as well as ...

Exhibition of ‘Leaders of renaissance who enlighten us’ to end Thursday

Dhaka, Apr 18 (UNB) - A special kind of portrait exhibition on famous personalities of the Indian subcontinent and world titled ‘Leaders of renaissance who enlighten us’ will end ...

Meghan's choice: Will a royal tiara grace the big day?  

Meghan Markle hasn't said if she will wear a tiara at her upcoming royal wedding, but if she does she'll be able to choose from one of the ...

Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants

Surgeons pack donated organs on ice while racing them to transplant patients but it may be time for a warmer approach. British researchers said Wednesday that keeping at ...

Shahabuddin’s solo exhibition ends

Dhaka, Apr 18 (UNB) - A month-long solo art exhibition of celebrated artist Shahabuddin titled ‘Shanti’ ended in the city which began from March 19. ...